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Measuring and Market Ecosystem Services, Functions, and Values in Oregon

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Presentation at 2013 AAGs in Blue/Green economies session.

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Measuring and Market Ecosystem Services, Functions, and Values in Oregon

  1. 1. Measuring and Marketing EcosystemServices, Functions, and Values in Oregon Eric Nost Department of Geography Political Ecology Working Group University of Kentucky eric.nost@uky.edu @ericnost
  2. 2. Half Mile Lane
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  6. 6. “We value what weprice, but natures servicesare, mostly, not traded inany markets and notpriced....We cannot managewhat we do not measureand we are not measuringeither the value of naturesbenefits or the costs of theirloss.”-Pavan Sukhdev (2010)
  7. 7. “We value what we price,but natures services are,mostly, not traded in anymarkets and notpriced....We cannotmanage what we do notmeasure and we are notmeasuring either the valueof natures benefits or thecosts of their loss.”-Pavan Sukhdev (2010)
  8. 8. Value: “The importance or worth of awetland function to societal needs. Thisincludes public attitudes and the wetland’sopportunity to provide a given functionbased on its location.”-OR Dept. of State Lands, 2012
  9. 9. Value: “The importance or worth of awetland function to societal needs. Thisincludes public attitudes and the wetland’sopportunity to provide a given functionbased on its location.”-OR Dept. of State Lands, 2012
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  12. 12. ? ? ?HML ? Suburban ? ? Portland ? = Existing banks
  13. 13. THPRD future trail siteHalf Mile Lane
  14. 14. THPRD future trail siteHalf Mile Lane
  15. 15. THPRD future trail siteHalf Mile Lane
  16. 16. THPRD future trail siteHalf Mile Lane
  17. 17. 3 moments of value’s measureAssessmentRegulatoryMarket
  18. 18. 3 moments of value’s measureAssessment – use online mapping toolsRegulatoryMarket
  19. 19. 3 moments of value’s measureAssessmentRegulatory – approve/modify/deny bankMarket
  20. 20. http://extension.entm.purdue.edu/CAPS/pestInfo/reedCanaryGrass.htm
  21. 21. 3 moments of value’s measureAssessmentRegulatoryMarket – deploy trading ratios
  22. 22. “And we now have because of GIStools and various resource censusingtools that we have, we can look at allthese overlays and determine whereall these priorities are.”OR regulator, 7-6-12
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  24. 24. 3 moments of value’s measureAssessmentRegulatoryMarket
  25. 25. 3 moments of value’s measureAssessment – use online mapping toolsRegulatoryMarket
  26. 26. 3 moments of value’s measureAssessmentRegulatory – approve/modify/deny bankMarket
  27. 27. 3 moments of value’s measureAssessmentRegulatoryMarket – deploy trading ratios
  28. 28. 3 moments of value’s measureAssessmentRegulatory Market constraints?Market
  29. 29. 3 moments of value’s measureAssessment [Mapping priorities] is nice to tell local regulators this is the mouth of some important water, you know.Regulatory Or for people who are looking into starting new banks that don’t have a lot of background… OR consultant, 7-30-12Market
  30. 30. Spatial logics
  31. 31. Also, keep paying attention to change overtime, within specific historical-geographcial contexts to see themoments where neoliberal conservationconfronts its own contradictions.
  32. 32. Short-term | Long-term
  33. 33. Acknowledgments NSF Award BCS-12138277 (PIs: Martin Doyle, Rebecca Lave, Morgan Robertson), University of Kentucky (UK) Barnhardt-Withington Award UK graduate students, Eric Carter, Anna Secor, Matt WilsonContact eric.nost@uky.edu @ericnost

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